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Sense and Sensitivity 

Kate lands in some hot water after she roughs up a prisoner named Little Tony. She and the entire police department are forced to go to sensitivity training. Unfortunatly, Little Tony's ... See full summary »

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Detective Kate Lockley (as Elisabeth Rohm)
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Little Tony Papazian
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Ron Marasco ...
Allen Lloyd
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Kate lands in some hot water after she roughs up a prisoner named Little Tony. She and the entire police department are forced to go to sensitivity training. Unfortunatly, Little Tony's lawyers are Wolfram and Hart. They have a plan to set their client free by casting a spell on the whole police force. Soon, all the officers are expressing their true feelings and being so sensitive that lives are in danger. The gang at Angel Inc. tries to stop the chaos, but Angel quickly winds up in trouble of his own. Written by katierose295

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At the beginning of the episode after Angel kills the big tentacle demon, one of the tentacles comes back to life, the crewman operating the tentacle can be seen See more »

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Allen Francis Doyle: [about Angel] I think he appreciates us - in his own - unappreciative way.
Cordelia: You want to know what I think? I think he *uses* his tortured creature of the night status as a license to be rude and insensitive!
[a tentacle wraps itself around Doyle's neck choking him Cordy never notices as she begins to slice up the monster]
Cordelia: Sure, he is polite to the helpless and the downtrodden, but he ignores the people that are the closest to him. The people that matter the most, you know?
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Great potential couple
15 October 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

By far one of my top 5 favorite episodes of the entire series. I love how it was the first funny episode in the series. Kate arrests a fat Italian crime boss with some assistance from Angel. He claims she is too rough and the city forces her whole department to have a sensitivity training class. What we don't know is that the trainer is on Wolfram & Hart's payroll and his 'talking stick' is possessed.

What I liked best about this episode is the major development in Angel & Kate's relationship. Since we first saw her in 'Lonely Hearts', I thought the chemistry between the two of them was beyond amazing. This 'emotional connection' was taken to a new level here. Kate asking Angel to be her date to her Dad's retirement party showed that she trusted Angel in more than just a business way. Even though she was pretty 'high' from the talking stick while in Angel's office, her comments led me to believe that she wanted to be more than friends. Also, the comment of "Someone's got a crush" she made to Doyle & Cordy when she realized Doyle liked Cordy was pretty funny.

Angel & Kate would've made a great pair had the writers allowed their connection to grow stronger. The comments and actions they made near the end when both possessed by the stick were proof of that. Angel: "You know Anthony, you could be a rainbow, and not a painbow. I mean it really is all up to you." Kate points at Angel. Kate: "You." Angel: "No, you." Kate: "Come here." And then they hug. Cordy: "Anyone for vomit?" Angel: " It's so sad isn't it?" Kate: "Some people just really need to live in the problem." In my mind, Angel had better chemistry with Kate than most people gave them credit for. It just sucked that she was only on the show for a handful of episodes during the first two seasons. I would've liked to have seen her be more involved that she was.

P.S. Kate also looked wicked hot in this episode. I mean, that blue dress, c'mon. That combined with her blond hair and baby blue eyes. What a beautiful sight to behold.


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